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're greatest sports her jobs ted williams? >> absolutely. >> not a close second? >> bobby orr. ted williams, an amazingly rich complex figure both in life and on the athletic field. and literally, steve, you were saying larger-than-life figure, no doubt about it larger-than-life. the thing that interests me most about the book is the character portrait of his life. i mean the fact that, you know, you literally could think he was two different people, you know. spitting at the fans in 1957, his feuds with what he called the knights of the keyboard. if you got to know him or if you didn't know him, the big loud booming voice, get in here, what's up, what are you doing, talk about the complexity of his character. >> he was an angry guy. but that was also -- >> what was he angry about? >> i think he was angry at the circumstance of his childhood which was really rough. his father was never around. the mother just this religious zealot who tried to get ted to martin salvation army band and beat the bass drum. you can imagine how that went over. and so he had a lot of resentment and he was able t
, he broke the fast with bobby kennedy at his side. mr. chavez first took communion, and senator kennedy passed him a piece of bred. his first food after 25 days. that happened 45 years ago. this winter, it is elisao medena. he started last month with immigration reform. the day after thanksgiving, president obama and first lady michelle obama went to visit him and the activities on the national mall where they had been without food for 20 days. he said he supported their cause, he believed it was not a matter of if but when, they would finally take a vote on immigration, but he also voiced concern for the health of the people that had been fasting for so long. he suggested they take a break for their own health, let somebody else fast next. today, he did that after 22 days without food, he broke his fast. he passed it on to senator robert kennedy's grandson, congressman joe kennedy of massachusetts. he will join with the others in fasting for 24 hours and he will pass it on to others. this is part of an emotional and intense effort to try to push ut house to take on immigration
for bobby's fisher. anything from ron jeremy in the '70s and '80s. >> i cleaned it up. >> try to think about when you're talking about points for love actually that i'm going to come up with things for pornographic anal sex. >> i never saw the movie. you made me live it in realtime. it was like 11 pages. >> he didn't make up that porn title. >> he didn't. >> that's real title. >> i had no idea. >> i love my wife more now than i did when i first saw her. isn't that your complaint it makes it too easy? >> yeah. >> i can't participate in any pornographic conversation. my hair can stay. >> i'll write a face on here. this is when you don't like the story, go like that. in you go. >> why would any guy sthee? >> because his girlfriend is bringing him. >> i'm talking about guys that don't have girlfriends. i answered my own question. >> you spout nonsense where ever this movie is concerned. >> here are some people that have never said a nice word about love actually. the syrian president bashar assad. fastest dictator adolph hitler. all of those people have never said anything nice about this movie.
like that, i'm telling me, great. >> okay, let's just -- >> thank you, bob. >> bobby beckel, ladies and gentlemen. >>> coming up, everything you thought you knew about chinese fortune cookies, bob, probably isn't true. for one, they're not chinese. they were born and made here in america. bob's got the rest of the story. that's next on "the five." stay with us. . ♪ i don't know where to begin ♪ livin' in sin >>> okay. everything you ever thought you knew about fortune cookies may be wrong. starting with the fact that they aren't even chinese. >> fortune cookies, by the way, are not chinese. they are american. first faked in san francisco during the early 1800s, those made today by wonton account for nearly 70% of the u.s. market. >> we're actually the largest fortune cookie maker in the world. >> wonton makes 4.5 million fortune cookies each day. >> all right. well, have you ever wondered we those fortune cookies are always so positive? >> we don't want to do anything that's offensive to people. we don't want people to feel like they've read the fortune and it actually gets them
to bobby rush and you got in your car and you drove out in the burbs with a map in the seat and said i'm going to do this thing. how many kids here want to go into politics. >> that's a pretty good number. >> are they right? >> it continues to be a way to serve that i think can be noble. it's hard. it can be frustrating. you've got to have a thick skin. and i know it's tempting to say, you know what, why would i want to get in the mud like that and get slapped around and subjected to all kinds of scrutiny, and so for those people who say i'd rather serve in other ways, through non-profits or through starting a great business and work with people who are completely on my side all the time instead of trying to undermine what i'm trying to get done, i understand that, and god bless you, that's part of what makes this country great. we're not completely government centered. we've got all kinds of folks who are doing great stuff all around the country, but i till you, the satisfaction you get when you've passed a law or you've taken an executive action and somebody comes up to you and says,
resumes are as long as july is hot. joe torre, bobby cox and tony la russ russa will be ensliehrined in t hall of fame. they led their teams to 17 pennants and eight world series titles. torre won four of those championships with the new york yankees, including three straight from '98 through 2000. larussa won nearly as many games as he made calls to the bull pen, finishing his career third on the all time wins list. while cox only claims a single championship banner, he skippered the braves to 14 straight post season appearances. >>> the pop culture lead now. given the kind of weather most of us suffered through this weekend, it's no wonder a movie named "frozen" took top spot at the box office, hauling in more than $31 million in its second weekend. that was enough to dethrone the "hunger games" sequel which had been holding steady at number one for two weeks in a row. rounding out the top three, "out of the furnace" which didn't exactly heat things up. it earned a disappointing $5 million in its opening weekend. >>> remember the adam sandler classic "that's my boy"? a pithy examination
swaps one of my snacks for a yoplait. i don't mind, i mean it's orange crème. and when mom said bobby was too edgy... 'sup girl. i just swapped him out for tyler. 'sup girl. mom never questioned bobby again. two can play at this game. [ female announcer ] swap one snack a week for a yoplait. and everybody wins. yoplait. it is so good. ♪ >> let me just show you something here, this is something that's been greeting you wherever you go. that's a television microphone. what did you think when you first saw it? >> well i was telling somebody in cape town and i saw it, i thought it was a weapon and i was very careful to see it move toward me i moved a little bit back to remain at a safe distance. i was seeing it for the first time. >> from prisoner to president, this morning the world is remembering nelson mandela who sacrificed 27 years of his life in prison so that south africa might be free from the bonds of apartheid. the civil rights icon is dead at the age of 95. >> and heroic sacrifices have made it possible for me to be here today. i, therefore, have placed the remaining years of
bobby was an enlisted man teenager. he had that credibility to make that charge. we're going to where kennedy gave his great american university speech. i'll allude to that. kennedy gave this great speech there the peace speech. but he said something i remembered ever since i read it. problems of man are manmade. they can be solved by man. in the past man has solved the seemingly unsolvable. he can do it again. that sense of national confidence that we can solve our problems especially the ones we create can we bring it back. i think that's what the country want back. they want trust. there's a lot of trust problems out there because promises were made for health care. that's a trust problem he has to deal with. i think he's also a very difficult opposition out there of people on the other side not boehner but people behind him that boehner has to deal with who from the very beginning wanted to destroy this presidency. some is just good old ideology. the way they treated this guy is unusual in our history. that ought to be pointed out. maybe tonight is not the night to do it. >> i wou
a national set of strategic goals, this one. >> bobby jindal asked me to go out to the republican governor's association. went out. talked to a couple of panels. had dinner there. i was stunned. i was stunned that these republican governors were all talking solutions. i'm sure democratic governors are doing the same thing. haley said we can't afford to shut down the government. i was blown away by how positive and forward thinking they were. how they worked with democrats because they had to work with democrats. man, talk about being a governor and then being a senator and is it getting any better? >> well, it's hard to compare any job to governor. that's one of the better jobs in the country. jon and i became very close friends working through the national governor's association. it wasn't a republican or democrat problem. we found somebody that had a fix whether it's education, highways, helping the elderly or veterans. we would call each other and said how did do you that. he would say try this. we're missing that. it's difficult. it's so highly charged from the standpoint of, there's s
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